On Day 1 of the third Test against Australia, Team India suffered a further setback when star batsman Virat Kohli was bowled by off-spinner Todd Murphy.
On Thursday, March 1, the batsmen had it tough, but the former captain was looking very well at the wicket.
He appeared to be the answer for the hosts, who had lost their opening five wickets for only 45 runs.
That wasn't to be, though, as Murphy caught Kohli in the front and no amount of DRS review could rescue the batsman.
The visitors were overjoyed, and with good reason—Kohli appeared to be the greatest batter for the hosts today.
The hitter, who was playing all around the ball this time, was struck just in front of the stumps by Murphy,
who had already removed the Indian star three times in three games.